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WHY SHOULD I COME TO YOUR CHURCH?
Because the most important things in this world aren't material things. Family, relationships, peace of mind, belonging, wholeness, healing and spiritual fulfillment. All of those are so much more important than all  the "things" in this world. You can decide to go a million other places but they will not satisfy the longings of your spiritual needs.
WHAT PROGRAMS ARE  AVAILABLE?
Sunday School for children of all ages.
Children learn the stores of  Jesus, and lessons the Bible about the love of God, learn and sing songs and do group projects. In the summer there is a Vacation Church School  which  runs  three to four days of  the week.
Adult Sunday School and Bible Study
Held during children's Sunday school time. This program provides an open discussion as to how Biblical lessons are relevant in today's world This study hour is more than just passing the time waiting for  the children to be finished with their Sunday School.
Midweek Prayer and  Wholeness Midweek Adult Study, This is led by the pastor but the schedule may vary during the year.
High School and Middle School Youth Activities
UMYF (United Methodist Youth Fellowship) Sr. High UMYF and Jr. UMYF
This is a vibrant group in any church activity. Activities are geared towards fellowship through games, outdoor recreation, retreats, camping, Mission trips, and volunteer service in the community. They meet twice a month on a Sunday afternoon at 4 PM for fun and fellowship. They also meet for business meetings to plan for future projects.
ON GOING ACTIVITIES
Bible Studies, Sunday School (for all ages), Choir Rehearsals, Prayer Chain, Visitation, Pot Luck dinners, Food Pantry Collection, Monthly Mission Emphasis, Talent Projects
QUESTIONS YOU MIGHT HAVE
What do I wear for Worship service? You are welcome to dress as casual or as formal as you feel comfortable. We don't have a dress code.
What programs can I participate in? You may participate in all aspects of worship as well as other scheduled programs. As a matter of fact, we practice open communion. Which means that if you confess Jesus as Lord and Savior you are welcome to partake of this Holy Sacrament.
OUR COMMITMENT TO THE COMMUNITY WE SUPPORT
Methodist Youth Services, Marcy Newberry, Hesed House, Wayside Cross, Kendall County Food Pantry, CROP Walk against hunger, Mutual Ground.
Plus a long list of social service projects and missionary endeavors.
We are reaching out to the ends of the world to fulfill the Great Commission of our Lord Jesus Christ.
OF INTEREST TO MEN
Men's Fellowship Breakfast 8:00 AM every second Saturday of the month Usually there is a featured speaker for the fellowship.
OF INTEREST TO YOUNG MOTHERS
We have a new nursery room, and in the future we plan to have a Mother's Day Out child day care.
PROVISIONS
Handicapped Accessibility, Amplified Hearing Devices, Elevator Lift, and Child Care during worship.

If you have any questions regarding our ministries please call us anytime, and if you need specific pastoral care and services like, counseling, Pastoral visits, prayer for healing the sick, wedding and baptisms. We love to hear from you!

Pastor Terry McLaughlin
13025 Church & Plattville Rds. Yorkville, IL 60560
815/475-4128 church/fax